According to the census of 2011, 5633 Ukrainians and 3323 Ruthenians reside in Hungary.
Ukrainians living in Hungary are mainly immigrants from Western Ukraine and Transcarpathia, who moved to Hungary during the second half of the twentieth century. Ukrainians and Ruthenians mainly reside in Budapest (1643 Ukrainians and 643 Ruthenians). Over 30% of Ukrainian Hungary have higher education.
There are several Ukrainian and Ruthenian organizations in Hungary. Among them are:
- Society of Ukrainian Culture in Hungary (headed by First Deputy President of the Ukrainian World Congress, President of the European Congress of Ukrainians, spokesman of the Ukrainian minority in the National Assembly of Hungary Yaroslava Khortyani, website - www.ukrajinci.hu);
- State Association of Hungarian Ruthenians;
- Society of Ukrainian Intellectuals of Hungary etc.
Ukrainian Self-Government is functioning in Hungary and headed by Yurii Kravchenko.